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starts now. harvey: one of the coldest nights. how long the october chill will last. maria: a sex offender set free. >> why he is back home even though he was supposed to spend the rest of his life in prison. maria: why exercising in the wrong mood could be dangerous. maria: breaking news at 11. the end of an era at fenway park. david ortiz, with a final salute to red sox fans, after a playoff loss. big papi's career, and the red sox season is over, swept out of the playoffs by the indians. mike lynch is live at fenway
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it was more like a sacrifice line drive to center field. he was -- it was after the game where he brought the house down. he waited to hold the celebration on the field and then big papi went to the mound and took his cap off and tipped it to all corners of fenway park to a rousing ovation. music lyric from the loudspeakers. poppy, one of the greatest red sox players of all-time seeing his final goodbye. proud about walking home the way i am right now is that i never take anything for granted. and do something special while it play. and the fans respect that.
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mike: you would have to search far and wide to find a player more loved, not only here but around the planet than david ortiz. he brought a lot of passion to the red sox organization, he talked about a win, how to beat the yankees, and he taught them how to be charitable and how to love and how to forgive. david ortiz, the final night at fenway park. we will be back with more in sports. see you then. ed: mary is at fenway park with the fans' reaction. mary: a lot of fans poured out with heavy hearts not to much for themselves but for david ortiz. >> he is a once-in-a-lifetime type of player. >> he gave us a lot of thrills for years.
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cleveland fan. it was awesome to see big papi and his last game. >> he was incredible. he had every one out there, they are dying for him. he is the heart of the red sox right now. it is sad to see him go. >> a shame to see him go but what a career he had. >> he is finishing his career and he did the best he could. we love him, we love the team. we will be back next year. everyone said they would not have missed this. ed: we will give you one more look of big papi going out to the mound. he did want to go out and give them one more. look at the emotion. he is a three-time world series champion.
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this man is if he is not a lockdown first time hall of famer, there is something wrong with the hall of fame. gay marriage he's, saying goodbye. maria: as we look to live look at the city, you see the citgo sign and the lights at fenway are is if -- that is a cold and frosty night. a tough loss but. harvey: your right about this chilly night. if you have plans on side and you are not along the coast, you're going to have to take some precautions if you want to protect them. we do have frosted visors and freeze watches. the only area not affected is
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frost. let me give you an idea. we had gusty winds but they are diminishing. still 10 to 15 miles an hour. with clear skies, dry air and light winds already the temperature has dropped into the 30's as blows 33 in norwood, 36 and you can see that there is trees and frost a lot of areas yet. 48 degrees in frost, freeze, you name it. we'll talk about how quickly the temperatures respond. ed: parents on edge over the release of this convicted child rapist. he's out of prison decades earlier than first expected. newscenter 5's john atwater is live in weymouth. john: a couple of things when you drive into this neighborhood.
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they would never see again. jeffery gardner was supposed to spend the rest of his life in prison, connect -- convicted in the kidnapping and little rapes of young boys. >> he was supposed to be 190 years in jail. he is out in 30. john he appealed a lengthy : sentence and he's now back home, in a neighborhood full of families. police have plastered the neighborhood with posters, and flooded social media with warnings but parents worry about it's not good. >>it's not good. what's going to happen? is it going to happen again? >> we just make sure we keep an eye on everybody. keep the doors locked. even in the house, we keep them locked to be sure. john in the 80's, gardner faced : charges in both massachusetts and rhode island, the prosecutor who tried the case there can't believe he's out. >> he's a bad guy who did some very bad things. i remember it very well and i remember how strongly we felt about convicting him and
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: classification means that the state feels gardner is at high risk to reoffend, the only option for parents is to remain vigilant. >> i think everyone is just nervous, they want everyone to know and keep an eye out for him. john: he is living with his parents. no one can to the door when we knocked tonight. ed: trying to figure out how a man drove the wrong way on the mass pike for 3 miles. it ended when he hit a median barrier near exit 17 in newton corner. police say the 80-year-old driver started heading west in the eastbound lane around the allston-brighton tolls. he was taken to the hospital after the crash. police say there was another crash as drivers tried to avoid the wrong-way car, but no one was hurt. commitment 2016: hillary clinton and donald trump, back on the campaign
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a new poll shows trump's support maria plummeting. : newscenter 5's ben simmoneau is here with the message from trump. ben a new wall street : journal/nbc poll taken over the weekend, after the release of the access hollywood tape but before the debate, shows hillary clinton leading double digits, 46% to 35%. but donald trump says he's doing fine. mr. trump: you know they do focus groups after the debate we want every poll. did se 80, 20, 90, 10. ben: both sides cleaning debate victory. mrs. clinton: donald trump spent his time last night attacking me when he should have been apologizing. ben in ohio, hillary clinton : continued attacking trump for his comments about women in this un-aired footage from access hollywood. ms. clinton and last night he : doubled down on his excuse saying it's just locker room banter. mr. trump when i said we are : going to get a special
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trump monday continued hitting clinton on her emails. mr. trump: i have never been so ashamed of this country as what's gone on with hillary clinton. i have never see anything like it. ben his debate performance not : enough to stop him from losing the support of house speaker paul ryan who monday said he won't defend trump or campaign with him. his spokesperson saying the speaker is going to spend the next month focused entirely on protecting our congressional majorities. quote, paul ryan should spend more time on balancing the budget, jobs and illegal immigration and not waste his time on fighting republican nominee. paul ryan also clearly breaking with the republican party tonight, on a conference call, rnc chairman reince priebus said the party is still fully backing trump. he said quote everything is on course.
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due in court this week, hundreds of miles away, accused of killing an elderly man in orange. newscenter 5's jorge quiroga is live in orange, where there are still plenty of questions. jorge in this small town, : tonight a sense of relief now that 2 suspects have been arrested. but also growing unease that the brutal attack here, may have been random. 48 hours after the deadly home invasion in orange 2 suspects both from athol tracked down in virginia. for the victim's family, nothing e. >> it is a shame it went down like it did. he would have given them the car or money if they had asked but it was -- it did not go like that. jorge a disturbing timeline. : a week ago -23-year-old joshua hart and brittany smith, 27 were arrested for stealing her grandmother's car in orange, a day after the pair was released, 95,-year-old thomas harty was killed and his wife joanna, 77, was badly hurt, their car also stolen.
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were walking down the street and just said this is it. jorge investigators have not : revealed a motive or a connection. >> it is a quiet place, we are close-knit. we look out for each other. it has changed my way of living for you and locked up tight. jorge hart and smith arrested : saturday in a u-haul truck parked outside a walmart. the victim's station wagon, was also found in virginia. the pair now facing charges of murder, attempted murder armed robbery and home invasion. >> the arrest is forthcoming. jorge: tonight the are being two suspects held without bail in virginia. they will be arraigned as fugitives from justice. and could be back in massachusetts at weeks and. maria: the storm is gone but the
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the aftermath of hurricane matthew. harvey: how long the clear skies will stick around in the next chance for showers. maria: why exercising in the wrong mood could be dangerous. at: before he came here -- there was always the first of the bambino but it was knocked out by the bad of big papi. >> tuesday morning on the eyeopener, let's face it, some people are better at saving money. >> what they know that could put more cash in your wallet. and a frosty start for some of us, but changes are coming on
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kelly ayotte: let's be honest - clinton are far from perfect... and i'm not perfect either. but when partisan politicians shut down the government, i led the fight to reopen it. i've worked to find solutions to new hampshire's heroin epidemic. and i've crossed the aisle to protect new hampshire's clean air and clean water. i've been called a problem solver by independent groups, because whether i'm working with republicans, democrats, or independents,
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>> you're watching wcvb newscenter five at 11 p.m. maria: an urgent warning for samsung users. shut off that galaxy note 7 phone right now, more phones have been catching fire. abc's rebecca jarvis reports, stores are being told to stop selling them, or exchanging them. >> it's kind of like a ticking time bomb. >> timothy irving's phone caught fire. he heard it crackle. >> it sounded like a bottle rocket. it looked like the jets from a bottle rocket. just shooting out. >> it burned his couch and floor and kept simmering for an hour.
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last august. he followed the manufacturers warnings but never thought his would be among the list of defective phones >> i couldn't believe it was happening to me. my note 7 just exploded. >> a chat online with the company promised action. but the company's replacement phones also exploding. plagued by trouble devoted customers watch their brand falter. >> you are loyal samsung family. yeah, the whole family is. does this change your opinion of samsung? literally exploded for no reason. >> samsung faced with a growing list of complaints issued a new warning to all galaxy note 7 owners. stop using the device. a warning that he thinks should have come sooner. >> do you think they have done enough to warn customers? >> no. not for something like this. no way. because its an uncontrolled explosion. >> irving was expecting a call back from samsung today.
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ed right now, 1500 people are : still trapped because of flooding in north carolina, the state dealing with devastating flooding from matthew. 1400 people have already been rescued. matthew was downgraded as it hit the state, but the rain overflowed rivers caused major flooding in many areas where the water still has not receded. president obama has declared it a major disaster. maria a new study finds that : drugs commonly used to treat high blood pressure could be affecting patients' moods. researchers say people taking blockers or calcium channel antagonists had twice the risk of being admitted to a hospital with a mood disorder, like severe depression. on the other side people taking ace inhibitors have a lower risk of developing severe mood disorders, even when compared with the healthy control group. maybe you use working out to relieve stress. but new research says you might want to cool down a little first. the study found heavy exertion while stressed or mad tripled a
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the risk was highest between 6:00 p.m. and midnight. researchers looked at more than 12,000 people suffering from a first heart attack three-quarters of them men. ed: there is some information to get your attention. how about the temperatures? is it going to get to freezing? harvey: not in boston but a lot of our area let me show you why boston will not get to freezing. it is a cool night but the wind which was gusty starting to diminish. north northwest, nine miles per hour. city cam is vibrating their little bit. this is the way the boston -- the way boston goes overnight. even though winds were light, they are dying down and the skies are clear in the air is dry. boston returned -- retained the heat of the day much better so does not get his chili.
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outlying areas with clear skies and dry air in place and now the winds are becoming light. already down into the 30's. it is 37 in bedford. 33 in norwood. you can see with readings like this, six or seven hours, temperatures falling, we are owing to see fairly widespread frost re-freeze around the region during the overnight until 9 a.m. tomorrow. their offi f a.m.. if you want to be safe and you still have plans, you want to make sure you protect them. if you're outside nine or 10 tomorrow morning, you will forget about the fact that there was some frost around or a freeze. this will feel so much nicer. fine in time admit afternoon it
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that is true for the interior. merrimack valley, metrowest across worcester county. there is a consistent 60 on the shore in low to mid 60's away from the shore. right around 60, a beautiful, gorgeous day without the wind. the clear skies are here for a while. the chance of clouds and maybe a spot showered not till thursday evening. high-pressure in firm control. we may see some clouds coming in and the approaching friend. it will not have a lot of moisture. i see little or nothing in the way of any significant wet weather which means good thing we got some beneficial rain yesterday because we are back into that drive pattern all over again. matthew out of the picture finally but not nicole. this is a 60 mile an hour wind -- tropical storm that is getting organized, probably will
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hurricane and will track close to bermuda. that could get converted to a morning as early as tomorrow. our next seven days, nice tomorrow and still pretty nice and wednesday. thursday with some clouds around , maybe a spot shower or drizzle as we await that front coming through. once it does another stretch of nice weather returns on friday and it should last into the upcoming weekend. slightly above normal. a little bit cooler friday into saturday. and: he is an instant celebrity from last night's debate. great price on this boneless chicken! yeahno bones about [ laughter ]
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and: the guy and his red sweater are nationwide hits. worldwide. maria: the last question are in sunday night's debate, he made such an impression on the tv audience that he went viral along with his red izod sweater, which has sold out. bone says he's amused by the attention but isn't quite sure what to make of it, t. >> i do not know to know what i have to say but i'm glad they are engaged in the political process. maria bone also said he had : planned to wear a suit for tv, but he split his pants yesterday morning, and went to the sweater. and: that is the truth. it had to end but now, it is kind of sad. my: it was not like deciding a
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is billion career and special interests that oppose question 2 claim district schools lose money to charter schools. that's "absurd," says the boston herald. "outright lies," reports the lowell sun. charter schools "don't siphon off state dollars" from traditional schools, says the boston globe. in fact, public schools get more money. the truth is question 2 will give parents more choices and result in more funding for public education. please vote yes on question 2. for stronger public schools.
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>> now, here's mike lynch with sportscenter the big popppapi era is over. his does she did not get a run in the sixth inning with the sacrifice fly which is a sacrifice line drive, cutting the deficit 4-2. it was after the game where he brought the house down. one final chance to bring some
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he let the indian celebrate, big papi went to the mound as "fanfare for the common man" was playing. he waved his cap and smiled and saluted the fans. he had three world series rings in his career. he brought winning and of a lot more to this organization and the city. >> everywhere i go, everywhere i bump into our not matter if you bump into two of them or you prevent to a thousand of them. they show the same love. that is why i give them my better. even though i had the opportunity for the career i had. mike: tyler naquin not in a couple of runs. and the indians had a lead they
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a to run and it was catch up from then on. and this catch from deep corner of right field. in the eighth he walked and implored the crowd to have something positive happen and it worked. romer is hidden r.b.i. single and table run at 4-3. it was over. he was lifted for pinch runner at second base and in the ninth inning, the first and second to travis shaw. the game series over and the indians move on to the american league championship series. >> they are good, too. not what we expected to happen but they played great area they played great. they were flawless.
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of their game that was off. they were on and they are winning, moving on. >> the one game we made, tough to put it together. we played against some good teams. we have to give them credit, too. mike: he does not go out as a world series champion but he unquestionably goes out as a winner. that is the story here from then way park. back to you. ed: i that to settle in. harvey: it will be chilly heading out tomorrow morning. a freeze watch, frost advisories not in boston, the coast, or the cape but pre-much everywhere else. the 70 forecast is a pretty nice one. maria: protect those plants already. it is not made enough in october. ed: it will hit 38 so it will
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ed: the eye-opener will have the rest on big papi.
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>> dicky: from hollywood - it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight - don rickles. john stamos. presidential debate sensation ken bone. and music from two door cinema club. and now, so there's no confusion -- here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> hi, everyone. jimmy, host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks for coming. before we get started, i know a lot of the you here are on


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